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Section 3349.32 | Further provisions in affiliated unit agreements.


Agreements under section 3349.31 of the Revised Code may make further provision for any one or more of the following as, and in the manner that, the parties thereto may determine:

(A) The duration of any such agreement, or additional conditions for terminating the agreement;

(B) The further development of the instructional programs of the affiliated units;

(C) The designation of the university as a state-affiliated institution;

(D) The level of student fees in the affiliated units, subject, however, to other applicable provisions of law and to prior covenants of the board of directors and to such future covenants as may be made under section 3349.05 of the Revised Code or under any other provision of law in connection with the issuance of bonds, notes, or other obligations on behalf of such university;

(E) Conditions for the effectiveness or continued effectiveness of such agreement, which may include conditions, among others, that municipal charter provisions or amendments thereto be made or continue in force, or that municipal support for the university be provided or continued;

(F) Provisions as to the times for commencement and expiration of the terms of the initial members of the board of directors to be appointed by the governor with the consent of the senate as provided in section 3349.02 of the Revised Code, including provision for the termination of existing terms to reduce to five the number of directors appointed by the mayor;

(G) Provisions for capital improvement assistance;

(H) Procedures for the amendment to the agreement, including designation of the parties to approve or execute such amendments;

(I) Such other provisions as may be deemed necessary or appropriate.

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